I’ve had days like this

I’m with ya, little sistah. I’m no fan of the bunny either.

Source: Las Cruces Sun News

EDIT: A commenter suggested that little Hannah, above, might see this photo later and laugh. I dunno. Some forty years later when I see this photo, I still feel kind of embarrassed. According to the family story, I put my mom through the wringer that day. I have no idea why I didn’t want to have my picture taken, but damnit, I wasn’t having it!

This is me at age 2, photo taken at Indian School Elementary in Albuquerque.

You’ll have to speak to my mother about the uneven bangs.

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  • Jan

    This is, or comes very close to, child abuse. What is the point of the whole thing?

    • Karen Fayeth

      Jan – Well, to be fair…per the accompanying article:

      “…Hannah cracked a smile when Franzoy introduced her to Santa Claus a few months ago…”

  • Ephraim F. Moya


    When she grows up she’ll show her friends this photo and laugh.

    El Viejo

  • Elise

    That school photo is EPIC.

    I want to stop laughing, but I can’t seem to manage it.

    Remember, just about everyone has a school photo like that. Or two. My mother typically refused to buy my school photos. If she thought I thought ugly in them, she just gave them a pass. Of course, I’d love to have them all, ugly/goofy or not. I’d happily post them on the interwebs, even! Ha.

    • Karen Fayeth

      Elise – The majority of my school photos have a big smile and am working the camera. Except for my “way to serious” senior photo. I like to put all the school photos side by side. It’s like a film ode to decades of questionable hair styles.

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